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Radiohead Piano Songbook (Piano/Voice/Guitar)


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From their very first release in 1992, with the single Creep, through to the latest songs from their seventh studio album, In RainbowsThe Radiohead Piano Songbook features 28 of their biggest songs accurately transcribed from the original recordings for piano and voice with guitar chords.

**Contains recommended songs for Trinity Rock & Pop Exams.


Publisher: Faber Music

ISBN: 0571534481

Item Code: 0571534481

Price: £15.99
Availability:In stock Territory restrictions apply, see Add. Info

Genre(s): Pop, Rock, Alternative

Grade(s): Grade 6

Exam Board: Trinity College London

Territories: Item available in Europe, excl. Russia & Kazakhstan

  • Guitar
  • Voice
  • Piano
  1. All I Need
  2. Creep
  3. Everything In It's Right Place **Trinity R&P recommended song, Keys Grade 6
  4. Exit Music (For A Film)
  5. Fake Plastic Trees
  6. Fog Again (live version)
  7. High And Dry
  8. How I Made My Millions
  9. I Want None Of This **Trinity R&P recommended song, Keys Grade 6
  10. Karma Police
  11. Knives Out
  12. Last Flowers To The Hospital
  13. Life In A Glasshouse
  14. Like Spinning Plates
  15. Lucky
  16. Motion Picture Soundtrack
  17. My Iron Lung
  18. No Surprises
  19. Paranoid Android
  20. A Punch Up At A Wedding
  21. Pyramid Song
  22. Sail To The Moon **Trinity R&P recommended song, Keys Grade 6
  23. Sit Down. Stand Up
  24. Street Spirit (Fade Out)
  25. Subterranean Homesick Blues
  26. Videotape
  27. We Suck Young Blood
  28. A Wolf At The Door

Although Radiohead emerged during the Brit Pop wave, it was a band that somehow got unfairly hurled into the Coldplay generation of British bands, although a quick look through this collection of 28 of its songs, it is easy to see why this band will probably have a greater shelf-life than most of its contemporaries. From Creep to The Pyramid Song, this is a worthy collection for piano and vocal with guitar chord boxes. Nice.

Mi Pro Magazine, February 2011